This Robert N. Buck book is one of the best guides for pilots learning to fly in all kinds of weather. It works to make complex concepts easily understandable and has now been updated to cover new advances in technology by his son Robert O. Buck. This book features a discussion on weather information, explanations of various weather phenomena and their effect on flight, descriptions of improved anti- and deicing systems, and much more. It covers how computers, personal electronic devices, electronic flight instrument systems, and other technologies are changing the way general aviation pilots fly weather. It also covers the philosophy and discipline required to use these systems and how to read and use them. It also discusses how to handle changes in FSS weather briefing and a look at new weather information products and airborne datalink weather information as they affect weather flying.
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